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Cycle Route Aschachtalweg

No. of cycle route R20

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Elevation profile Cycle Route Aschachtalweg

Added on 18 Jan 2012,

on 22 May 2012

Cycle route metrics

Total distance in km

40

Cumulative elevation gain in m

698

Avg. slope uphill in %

1,75

Cumulative elevation loss in m

606

GPS track data

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Openstreetmap and Contributors + biroto-Redaktion (biroto.eu)

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by-sa: CREATIVE COMMONS Attribution-ShareAlike

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by biroto-Redaktion on 18 Jan 2012

Track points in total

795

Track points per km (avg)

20

Start/endpoint

Start location

Gemeinde Aschach an der Donau, Oberösterreich, AT (271 m NHN)

End location

Gemeinde Zell an der Pram, Oberösterreich, AT (363 m NHN)

Beds4Cyclists, worth visiting and infrastructure

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0 km
0,5 km
289 m

 

Familie Zauner
AT-4101 Aschach

 

Hotel

 

0 km
0,3 km
267 m

AT-4082 Aschach an der Donau

 

Heritage building(s)

Pfarrkirche in Aschach an der Donau
Aschach, ehem. Benefiziatenhaus, sog. Sindlhuberhaus
Südseite des Schlosses Aschach

Aschach an der Donau is a municipality in the district Eferding in  Upper Austria.

Landmarks

  • Aschach has a historic center with town houses dating from the Middle Ages, with beautiful facades and courtyards from the Gothic, Baroque and Renaissance.
  • Parish Church with the Danube Cross: around 1490 follows the Late-Gothic succeeding building of an originally in 1371 first mentioned church on records. The high altar is crowned by the healing powers of the revered Danube cross. It was brought ashore in 1693 by two sailors in a flood. The sickly restorer of the cross was healed during his work. 1784, Aschach was separated by a government decree of Emperor Joseph II from the mother-church Hartkirchen and elevated to an independent parish. 1976, the church was renovated and expanded, designed by Clemens Holzmeister.
  • Old Town Hall
  • Schloss Aschach: The manor house is the former seat of the Counts of Harrach. The main wing of the manor house from the 16th Century has arcades in the courtyard on all three floors. The east wing was built in 1709 by Johann Lucas von Hildebrandt, as well as the altar in the chapel. The castle is privately owned.
  • Donaukraftwerk Aschach: The hydro power plant was built 1959-1964 and was once Europe's largest hydro power plant.
  • Schopper and Fishery museum. The museum presents the history of the Market Aschach in connection with the shipbuilding - and shipping tradition on the Upper Danube. The Schopper museum presents the historic craft of shipbuilding and also the social and cultural environment of these craftsmen's guilds. In addition, the last original Zehner Trauner is displayed. The Fisheries Museum shows the development of commercial and recreational fishery in Upper Austria with special reference to the upper Danube.

Information about copyright

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by-sa: CREATIVE COMMONS Attribution-ShareAlike

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Input taken over from:

Wikipedia contributors, 'Aschach an der Donau', Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, 29 January 2014, 20:26 UTC, <http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Aschach_an_der_Donau&oldid=593008792> [accessed 12 January 2015]

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12 Jan 2015

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4 km
4,9 km
418 m

AT-4114 Neuhaus an der Donau

 

Castle/palace

Schloss Neuhaus an der Donau vom gegenüberliegenden Donauufer

Schloss Neuhaus an der Donau, auch Schloss Neuhaus im Mühlviertel genannt, thront oberhalb des Ortes Untermühl an der Einmündung der Großen Mühl in die Donau.

Information about copyright

Rights characteristic / license

by-sa: CREATIVE COMMONS Attribution-ShareAlike

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Input taken over from:

Seite „Schloss Neuhaus an der Donau“. In: Wikipedia, Die freie Enzyklopädie. Bearbeitungsstand: 20. September 2013, 18:06 UTC. URL: http://de.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Schloss_Neuhaus_an_der_Donau&oldid=122721363 (Abgerufen: 12. Januar 2015, 14:56 UTC)

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12 Jan 2015

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10 km
2,2 km
509 m

 

Familie Ivasecko
AT-4083 Haibach

 

Hotel


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